I just bought a Hero3 Silver camera, intending to check it out a bit before getting a second one for 3D. Checked it out, and apart from a malfunctioning time-lapse, liked it, made my second camera a Hero3 Black. These two cameras don't capture anywhere near the same frame, and so appear to be useless as a 3D pair. So I bought another Hero3 Black, expecting the two Blacks to capture the same frame. They don't.
Mounted precisely in the same spot, each camera captures a different area. The two Blacks also differ in rotation.
Is this normal behavior for these cameras? In fact, is this expected behavior for cameras in general?
Can two Hero3 cameras be made to capture the same frame from the same spot? Say, by adjusting the lens, the CCD chip or something?
Thanks in advance.